“One afternoon more than a decade ago, Robbie Robertson and Eric Clapton were hanging out at Robertson's Los Angeles studio, when Clapton spotted Robertson's prized 1927 Martin acoustic guitar in a corner. Before long, they were trading licks. Says Robertson, "I thought, 'Well, in case something happens, we'll just lay this down on tape.'" Those informal recordings, cut over a few days, became the seeds of the Band guitarist's latest album, How to Become Clairvoyant. Now, on a limited, signed collectors set available on Robertson's website & two CDs, three LPs, a DVD and a 50-page book of photos—fans can go even deeper into the album. "We were trying to find the emotion and the subtleties in the playing," says Robertson. "We thought, 'Nobody's ever going to hear this, so we can be really truthful.'" CLICK TO READ THE WHOLE ARTICLE.”
“Robbie Robertson Returns: Deluxe, Collectible And One Very Limited Edition It's been a long time since musical icon Robbie Robertson has stepped into the big bad world of the contemporary record business--and to say he's been missed would be a significant understatement. How To Become Clairvoyant, his new album, saw the respected Band founder debut at the highest chart position of his distinguished solo career--and the reviews, from all quarters, uniformly gushed with enthusiasm. And rightly so.”
“Rolling Stone Magazine gives "How To Become Clairvoyant," 4 out of 5 stars ”
““HE DON’T LIVE HERE NO MORE,” THE LEAD SINGLE FROM ROBBIE ROBERTSON’S UPCOMING ALBUM, GOES TO RADIO THIS WEEK How To Become Clairvoyant, Robertson’s First Album In Over A Decade, Due Out April 5th Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Robert Randolph, Trent Reznor And Tom Morello Are Featured”
“Robbie to be inducted to the Canadian Songwriter Hall of Fame.”
"How To Become Clairvoyant," heading into street date (4/5) Robertson will have the Wall Street Journal, Rolling Stone, LA Times, NY Times and other printed media in place. He will also be featured on late night television during street week. In addition, Robertson will be knighted in Canada, have his face on a Canadian postage stamp and will be the face of the JUNO awards in late March.
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